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The impression I got from day one at Assen was that Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden seemed to be quite happy, especially with the softer tyre choice which gives more grip.
MotoGP heads into a busy spell of action as the Assen TT kicks off three weekends of back-to-back racing.
I think the weekend at Silverstone showed that Ducati are continuing to make progress, and they are certainly closing that gap to the front.
Just over three weeks before the Formula 1 cars roar into Silverstone, two wheels will be the order of the day at the home of the British Racing Drivers' Club as MotoGP lands in Great Britain for Round 6 of the 2012 calendar.
It was a very good weekend for Ducati with both riders in the top six, and to see Valentino Rossi back on the podium and fighting at the front was fantastic for MotoGP!
It was not as entertaining a race as last week at Jerez but it was still a very good one!
Overall the weather was the key to the whole weekend at Jerez. It just wasn't normal for this time of the year in Spain and everybody felt like they were actually in Britain or Germany!
After five months without any MotoGP racing it was great to be back in the thick of it in Qatar for the start of the 2012 season! The best thing about the whole weekend was that it didn't go as expected, for reasons both good and bad...
Wrooom’s final day of activity day started with a ski race in the morning before reparing to the FIAT Chalet located at the highest point of the Dolomites surrounding Madonna di Campiglio for an indulgent lunch.
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